Present Continuous

Pre-test Check your knowledge here. Now What are you doing right now? I am studying English. I am sitting at the computer I am reading your article. The present continuous tense is used to talk about what is happening now. This is unlike many other languages that use present tense in this way. Present continuousContinue reading “Present Continuous”

Answering How Much or How Many

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How Much or How Many

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Instead

Instead means “as an alternative”. “Instead” can be used as an adverb: He didn’t buy a cake. Instead, he bought some cookies. She didn’t go to Greece. Instead, she went to Italy. Don’t marry John. Marry me instead. “Instead of” is a preposition. It is followed by a noun or noun phrase: May I haveContinue reading “Instead”

Coming and Going

I have a friend who is learning a certain software to help her write a book.  Today I asked her two questions: How’s it coming with your study? How’s it going with your book? It opened my eyes to the similarity in these two questions and the possible difference. I think we tend to useContinue reading “Coming and Going”